I don't know about down south but taking cyclists has been promoted strongly up here by government and councils but will this continue in the face of the recent cutbacks, or will financial restraints be an excuse to drop these thingsmarinyork said:There's always time to change their minds. Taking cyclists seems to be heavily resisted for just about every new scheme.
Yes of course... before they actually build-it... there will then be 1 space for a bicycle per crossing, then someody will get a bit of Oil on their Saville-Row and it'll all be over for the cyclist.HLaB said:
Or my fear with most projects (Scottish at least) cycling will be strongly promoted in the design but with the recent cut backs it could become quietly dropped by the time it comes to actual construction.Fab Foodie said:Yes of course... before they actually build-it... there will then be 1 space for a bicycle per crossing, then someody will get a bit of Oil on their Saville-Row and it'll all be over for the cyclist.
Cheaper than the previous effort, and shouldn't cost the taxpayer anything...The site had originally been earmarked for a £500m, six-lane road bridge, a plan opposed by local residents and environmentalists.
The London one will be privately funded, and TfL is in talks with a number of potential operators. It will carry cyclists as well as pedestrians.
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